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Governance

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With some indecisiveness within CARICOM on its pick for a new Secretary-General and Britain’s push for its own nationals to hold the position, the organisation’s relevance to developing countries is called into question

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The death of eleven babies over one weekend shows up the scandal of underfunding public healthcare in the Dominican Republic

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Barbaos is rolling out a central health information system by 2015, but the absence of data protection legislation and data security standards create a worrying situation

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Barbadian Government Minister, Dr. Denis Lowe, is opposed to a proposal to give equal protections to straight and gay couples from domestic violence

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President Donald Ramotar on Monday suspended parliament to avoid a vote of no-confidence by the combined opposition parties in Guyana

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Low political will, lower public acceptance and poorly-maintained infrastructure are frustrating waste-water reuse investments in the Caribbean

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Small states in the Caribbean should not continue to be targets of, rather than participants in the G20’s decision-making, argues Sir Ronald Sanders

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Travel bans give a false sense of security, and if Caribbean health systems cannot handle even a single case of Ebola, there is a larger crisis

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The Government of Trinidad & Tobago has lifted an entry ban on travellers from Nigeria, which it imposed as a response to the Ebola crisis

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Nationalistic backlash to the CARICOM Court of Justice’s judgement in the Shanique Myrie case is frustrating free movement, argues Sunity Maharaj